Remarks to Sophia Kaitatzi-Whitlock: Why the Political Economy of the Media is at the Base of the European Popularity ba

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Remarks to Sophia Kaitatzi-Whitlock: Why the Political Economy of the Media is at the Root of the European Democratic Deficit. Stig Hjarvard Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen. Commodification of subjects.

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Remarks to Sophia Kaitatzi-Whitlock: Why the Political Economy of the Media is at the Root of the European Democratic Deficit Stig Hjarvard Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen

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Commodification of nationals De-commodification of political correspondence as political technique Democratic surplus when political correspondence was under political control amid 1970s and mid 1980s? The most minimized shared factor? Why not the most elevated? Albert Otto Hirschman : Exit versus voice – showcase versus legislative issues - as administrative instruments/input components? Graham Murdock: open administration and its conceptualization of the group of onlookers: nationals, shoppers, laborers? – Communards?

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A container European political open circle The positive experience of Europa TV – an early case of an informative space for the European Res Publica "The neurotic state of EU nationals' numbness is delivered by the nonappearance of specially appointed dish European channels" (p. 22) Does an European political open circle fundamentally must be constituted by media working at an European level? – a projection of the national model to the European level The experience of Euronews, BBC World, Sky News and so on – supplements to an overwhelmingly national news utilization Maybe an European open circle might be constituted by a system of inexactly interconnected media tending to gatherings of people at various land levels and through different genuine, well known, expert (news) media

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The part of media in the change of the general population circle Stig Hjarvard: "News in a Globalized Society"

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Centrifugal Homogenisering Differentiering Centripetal

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Centrifugal Globalization Al-Jazeera Da Vinci Code Individualization Blogging On-line gaming Homogenisering Differentiering Nationalization Royal wedding Canon of culture Localization Lokal media: radio, daily papers Centripetal

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Depoliticization? ! ? Depoliticization may positively be cultivated by the hesitance to assembled political correspondence channels However, absence of authenticity of EU establishments may have numerous different sources than the nonattendance of European political media giving political data administrations – maybe a conservative repoliticization of the country opposite a social capable Europe is an a great deal more imperative political constrain?

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Comments to Sophia Kaitatzi-Whitlock: Why the Political Economy of the Media is at the Root of the European Democratic Deficit Stig Hjarvard Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen

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